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Hurtigruten departures are suspended until 15 December 2020. Please see the Hurtigruten website for further latest information.

Norwegian Coastal Voyage

Hurtigruten has been an integral part of Norwegian life since 1893. Still used as a means of transport for locals, Hurtigruten also welcomes travellers who are after a different kind of cruise.

Best Specialist or Expedition Cruise Line 2019

Sailing daily from Bergen up through the Arctic Circle to Kirkenes and back, our fleet of modestly-sized ships are capable of getting much closer to the coastline and communities living at the 34 ports we visit.

Authentic Norway

With the smaller size comes a more intimate experience and unique opportunity to get an authentic glimpse into Norwegian culture.

Named by many as ‘the world’s most beautiful voyage’, the emphasis is on the natural beauty the Norwegian coast provides.

Each Season Brings a New Reason

Each time of the year boasts a completely different experience; from the Northern Lights in winter to the Midnight Sun in summer and three seasons in one voyage during spring. It’s always a good time to head on a Hurtigruten voyage.

Sail from the UK in Expedition style

In 2021 there are four brand new expedition itineraries that begin and end in Dover, with no need to fly. The four itineraries – to Southern and Northern Scandinavia, the Northern Lights and around the British Isles – will operate year-round from March 2021 on the 500 passenger MS Maud, calling at many out-of-the-way ports not usually visited by cruise ships.

Sail from the UK to see the Northern Lights

New for October 2021-March 2022 are a dozen 14 night winter sailings from Dover, with guaranteed sightings of the Northern Lights and an overnight stay in Tromso, as part of its new Norway Expedition programme. Read more

Connect with Your Inner Explorer

For an even more adventurous experience, you can travel further afield with Hurtigruten and explore stunning landscapes in Spitsbergen, Greenland, Iceland and even Antarctica and South America.

Find your voyage

To discover your perfect destination with Hurtigruten, take a look at all our voyages.

Silver Travel Accessible and Assisted

For accessibility and assistance information on Hurtigruten’s ships, read more here.

Aiming to become the world’s first plastic-free cruise company

Hurtigruten is banning all unnecessary single-use plastic from the summer of 2018. Everything from plastic straws, drink mixers, plastic glasses, coffee lids, plastic bags – and all other single-use plastic items that Hurtigruten’s 400,000 passengers and 2,500 employees encounter on a day to day basis – is being removed from all ships in the fleet.

Chief executive Daniel Skjeldam said: “Plastic pollution is the single biggest threat to our oceans. Hurtigruten operates in some of the most vulnerable areas in the world. This means that we carry a special responsibility to protect these areas for the local population and future generations of explorers".

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Hurtigruten on Silver Travel Radio

  • Dr John Mason explains to the Silver Travel Show just what the Northern Lights are all about.

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  • Kathryn Beadle, former MD of Hurtigruten tells the Silver Travel Radio Show all about the magical, unique qualities of Antarctica and its stillness.

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  • Silver traveller Maria Meredith tells the Silver Travel Show just what happens on a Norwegian cruise.

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  • Steve Newman gives the Silver Travel Show the lowdown on Greenland, it’s full of surprises!

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Goes to:
  • Antarctica
  • Argentina
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greenland
  • Iceland
  • Morocco
  • Norway
  • Portugal
  • Spain